Nigerian Man Finally Meets US Lady He Had Been Chatting with on Facebook Since 2018; She had DMed Him First

Nigerian Man Finally Meets US Lady He Had Been Chatting with on Facebook Since 2018; She had DMed Him First

  • A Nigerian man has stunned the internet with how social media helped link him up with an American lady
  • Chukwuma Ezeh said it all started from a Facebook group where he had shared an inspiring story about his businesses and that earned him the admiration of many
  • An American lady named Jessica had private messaged him on Facebook in 2018 and that led to a chain of conversations that will span 3 years

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A Nigerian man has shared how most of his networks are products of social media interaction.

The young man, Chukwuma Ezeh, gave this narration on LinkedIn as he received an American lady he had met on Facebook into the country.

Reactions as American lady finally meets man in Nigeria she had been chatting on Facebook for the past 3 years
Jessica and Chukwuma had begun chatting on Facebook in 2018 Photo Credit: Chukwuma Ezeh/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

How he knew the American lady

Chukwuma said his friendship with the lady started in 2018 when he made an inspiring post about his businesses on a Facebook group that had people from diverse nationalities.

His post got the attention of many people including the American lady named Jessica Morgan.

Chukwuma stated that the lady had messaged him privately.

Three years late, Jessica chose Nigeria as her vacation destination and was received by Chukwuma alongside other friends she had made in the country.

Jessica even named her child Chidinma.

Social media reacts to his post

Shola Kehinde said:

"Wow! What an inspiring story bro. It very important to network, like my first time I ever traveled out of Nigeria was in 2018, and then I met a friend from Liberia, her name is Jemiamah.
"She told me something I would never forget in my life, she said sho sho, slow but sure networker. In this 21st century we’re all in, we all need to network intentional and strategically, the power of networking cannot be overemphasized."

Rachel Nuhu Birma wrote:

"And I was here thinking it's your family and admiring you all.
"It's obvious you are a good person at heart.
"Welcome to Nigeria Jessica! Hope you have a great stay here! Nigerians are wonderful people."

Maureen Ogbonna commented:

"Wow. That is quite a story.
"Welcome Jessica and Chidinma.
"@Chukwuma, please give them the time of their lives while they're here.
"I trust you to show Jessica and her baby how awesome a people us Nigerians are."

Ikenna Ogwogwo stated:

"This is beautiful. I'm happy to know we can connect and have great relationship via social media. Interestingly, I met my loving wife on one of the platforms. It's been great and awesome."

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Nigerian student had helped his white friends to native wears

Meanwhile, previously reported that a Nigerian man in the UK had helped his white friends to native wears.

Gift Odoh shared on his LinkedIn wall that his British friends got to understand that the media portrayal of Nigerians was actually different from reality.

He said to their amazement, they learnt first-hand that Nigerians are strong, resilient, intelligent and fun to be with.

His post read in part:

"Very often, my friends ask about Nigeria and our rich culture. So one evening, I casually said to my friends, I have some cultural attires from Nigeria, and they immediately wanted to try them. Funny story, I almost forgot, and they reminded me about the dresses as they were looking forward to it. I think they rocked it pretty well!"


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